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Coogee Bay Hotel
Coogee Bay Hotel located in Coogee Bay is a multi-award winning accommodation and entertainment venue, offering seven bars, Sydney's biggest beer garden, budget to boutique accommodation, conference and event facilities overlooking beautiful Coogee Bay beach, a live entertainment venue, two retail liquor outlets and a brassiere all under one roof in Coogee Bay.
The Coogee View Apartments
The Coogee View Apartments in Coogee Bay in New South Wales in Australia offers Beachfront Serviced Apartments.The Coogee View Apartments are self-contained accommodation in a superbly located right on Coogee Bay Beach opposite the park and only a short drive to many of Sydney?s major places of interest.
SASKRS - South African Sailing Keelboat Rating System
Click on the link for a Schedule of the SASKRS (a.k.a. SAS KRS) South African Sailing Keelboat Rating Systems rating's: SASKRS Rating List
Australian National Maritime Museum
Explore the National Maritime Museum in Sydney and be enthralled by the fascinating artefacts and lively exhibitions on display. There are plenty of fun activities to enjoy at the museum, and visitors even have an opportunity of boarding a ship for a sail in the harbour. With a collection of more than 40 000 objects, managing this collection requires continuous and extensive research by our expert and skilled staff. Part of the mission of National Maritime Museum is to conserve the treasures we collect and to conserve them for present and future generations.
Sydney Lake Lodge
Sydney Lake Lodge offer exclusive fly-in fishing adventures with return seaplane flights in and out from Minaki, Ontario for excellent fishing adventures on two exclusive lakes. With comfortable stays in housekeeping cabins that are serviced daily, come with full kitchens and bedding for your group, and with WIFI in some, an excellent stay is guaranteed in a beautiful wilderness setting. The main rustic log lodge has a stone fireplace and loft lounge. as well as Finnish dry sauna, and there are lakeside gazebos at each end of the camp for relaxing and enjoying a drink and lake views. Sydney Lake Lodge provides 16 foot Lund boats and motors that are new and well maintained with casting floors and swivel seats, with shore lunch cooking kit, and the camp store has some tackle, Sydney Lake gear and other items. Come for legendary fishing of walleye, northern pike and lake trout, and with Sydney Lake Lodge you will enjoy the best fly-in fishing trips anywhere.
95 km north of Sydney via the Newcastle Freeway, Avoca Beach is a popular holiday resort. Avoca Beach boasts a lengthy, beautiful surfing beach enclosed at either end by rocky headlands and offers safe bathing for all the family.
Carlton offers fantastic shopping outlets, pulsating night life and easy access by car or public transport, the Central Business District and other popular attractions including The Melbourne Zoo, The National Museum, The Royal Exhibition Buildings, The Old Melbourne Goal, The Queen Victoria Market and many Theatres. Nearby sporting venues include The National Tennis Centre, The Melbourne Cricket Ground, The Glasshouse Basketball Stadium and Olympic Park.
Clovelly Beach is amongst the safest beaches in Australia and is home to a family of gropers. Relaxing at the beach and snorkeling are very popular Australian pastimes. Alternatively go horse riding at Centennial Park, sailing or fishing on Sydney Harbour, surfing at Bronte or Bondi Beach, or golfing at up to 10 nearby Golf Courses!
Kearns is a suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Kearns is located 57 kilometres south-west of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of the City of Campbelltown.
Being the gateway to Sydney's South Coast the Kiama Municipality stretches from Gerroa and Seven Mile Beach in the south, west through to the Jamberoo Mountain escarpment and north to the Minnamurra River. Though not large in area Kiama has such a diversity of natural treasures it has been popular with visitors for more than a century with its green undulating countryside and paddocks separated by stone walls, now a trademark of our region.